A roundup of the week’s news, commentary, and observations.
This week has ended with news of what appears to yet again be the biggest hack ever. But you’re probably tired of reading about it everywhere, so I’ll keep quiet about it.
A detailed account by Wired on how it made the move from plain old HTTP to the shiny HTTPS. I like real-life tech stories, and this is well-written, as you’d expect from Wired.
Tied in with this weeks tweetchat on 3rd party and supply chain risks. Uber, Square, Airbnb, and others form cybersecurity coalition for vetting vendors. I like the idea in principle – to save duplication of effort and standardize on some aspects.
Guest blogger Bob Covello asks, “did you really lock that door?”
Do you need an InfoSec Reading List? Jayme Hancock has done a lot of the heavy lifting for you and presented a comprehensive list here.
We revisit threat intelligence trends and adaptions in a report based on a survey we conducted at Blackhat 2016.